A suspected rebel militia group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has killed at least nine military forces during two separate attacks in the country’s volatile east.
Nine DR Congo soldiers killed in 2 militia attacks
South Sudan's government and main rebel group on Sunday accused each other of breaking a ceasefire that went into effect shortly after midnight.
South Sudan government, rebels trade blame for truce violations
Up to 10,000 people stranded in refugee camps and detention centers in Libya could be relocated to Europe in 2018, the Italian government said on Sunday.
Up to 10,000 refugees to be relocated from Libya to EU in 2018
The Guinea-Bissau Writers Association gathers dozens of people from different backgrounds who share the same goal: To improve the literature of a small West African country with one of the world’s lowest literacy rates.
How Guinea-Bissau writers are changing a nation’s identity
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa appointed retired army boss Constantino Chiwenga and veteran politician Kembo Mohadi as the ruling party’s vice presidents, a spokesperson said on Saturday.
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa appoints former army boss as party VP
A team of United Nations rights experts has deplored the atrocities committed by all conflicting sides in South Sudan, urging punishment of the perpetrators.
UN rights experts deplore atrocities in South Sudan
Libya's rival factions should stick to a United Nations peace process and prepare for elections in spring 2018, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Thursday, trying to give stalled UN talks a new push.
French foreign minister visits Libya in new push for national reconciliation
A Saudi airstrike killed a dozen women in the northern Yemeni province of Ma’rib, the country's Al-Masirah TV said Sunday.
Saudi airstrike targets Yemen wedding ceremony, kills 12 women
South African President and leader of the African National Congress (ANC) Jacob Zuma has said that infighting has been a main reason for the fall in the popularity of the ruling party.
President Zuma blames factionalism for failure of South Africa’s ANC
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said in a report that Kenyan security forces raped, beat and assaulted civilians during the recent election turmoil across the East African country.
Kenyan forces raped, killed, maimed, looted civilians: Rights group

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